This year I went to the city proper on Araw ng Dabaw after so many of staying at home and just watching the parade on television. Though we left late (I was with my mom and sister), we still got a glimpse of the end of the parade. What we really wanted though was to go to the free skills training at Kapitan Tomas Monteverde Sr. Elementary School. But before that, we had lunch at Merco and visited Paulines. When we arrived at the school, the beading seminar was finished, so we headed instead to the screen printing room. I thought screen printing would be easy, but it's not. There were a lot of materials needed. I'm gonna have to stick to manual stencil-cutting first. My mother waited in the next empty room, where I took the pictures below.
As you can see, this school badly needs teaching and learning materials. That's the case in most public schools. I just hope the government would focus on that instead of increasing the number of school years.